Don't Forget...

....school term ends on Friday 15th December at 2.30pm

Tuesday at 3:42pm

To finish our Oliver Twist fiction topic, can you write a paragraph where Oliver meets Mr Brownlow again and lives happily ever after.  Remember that he will be delighted to see him - think about the emotions that Oliver will be feeling and how your vocabulary can reflect these feelings.

As well as our previous ones, can you include our apostrophe layered targets:

Bronze - Use apostrophes to show where words have been shortened (don't)

Silver - Use apostrophes to show singular possesion (Oliver's glasses)

Gold - Use apostrophes to show plural possession (The boys' group hut - when you are talking about a group of boys)

Comments that people have made about this blog post

Comment 1 Comment by Leo W on 07 Dec 12 at 8:16pm | Quote this comment
Mr Jones, I was just wondering wheather Hayden and I should still write the end of Oliver on the blog if there will not be another opportunity for us to finish in school? Also because we have been writing 'Why is it me' we, well ispecially me, are now behind. Or might we do that instead?
Comment 2 Comment by Mr Jones on 07 Dec 12 at 8:53pm | Quote this comment
Leo, as I said before your "Why is it me" is all the homework that I expect from you and Hayden. Correct me if I am wrong, but I think you will learn far more from completing your story! By the way, I am eagerly awaiting the second chapter.
Comment 3 Comment by Natasha W on 09 Dec 12 at 4:46pm | Quote this comment
Oliver slowly approached the snow white door.He quietly knocked, a while after that he heard footsteps going towards the door these werent just any footsteps Oliver thought they were Mr Brownlow's!Mr Brownlow opened the door, they both let out a small smile as if it was the best thing that happened out of all of oliver's life.Oliver then put out his hand Mr Brownlow took it they he tuggedOlivers hand they walked in and lived as happily ever after
Comment 4 Comment by Dylan W on 09 Dec 12 at 5:39pm | Quote this comment
Oliver sat on the freezing cold wall waiting for Mr.Brownlow to retern.Oliver muttered to himself"Why is it me why do I have to be alone."
Oliver waited and waited intill the grim night appeared Oliver's eyes started watering as he burst into pain.A man suddenly appeared on the horrizen in a dim-lit horse drawn cart in a crazy top-hat and curly hair swaying as the wind pushed aginst it.Oliver said "is that him?..."
eventually he came to a stop at the house Mr.Brownlow once lived in.Oliver sai"sir, are you Mr.Brownlow?...."
the strange crazy looking man said"yes...Oliver is that you?!"
Oliver said Yes sir."
Oliver started to cry and darted towards Mr.brownlow he was really happy and exitedthey set off into the house and lived happily ever after.
Comment 5 Comment by Rufus W on 10 Dec 12 at 2:27pm | Quote this comment
After oliver being asked to live with Mr Brownlow he was very exsited shouting

"i finaly am going to have a happy life." He realy was exsited as in a horse and carrage he confortably sat waiting to see the house wich he will be now living in with Mr Browlow.
And he lived in a lovely summer house for the rest of his life. He lived happely ever after
Comment 6 Comment by Denny P on 10 Dec 12 at 6:40pm | Quote this comment
Never had Olivers small crooked face looked so happy. Oliver was delighted to find Mr Brownlow had returned. Oliver knew now that Mr Brownlow had in fact left to chase Monks and not because he thought Oliver was a thief and a scoundrel. Once everything was settled Mr Brownlow arranged to live in the countryside with Oliver, where they lived happily ever after.
Comment 7 Comment by Oliver W on 14 Dec 12 at 8:19am | Quote this comment
Two months later, Oliver was taken back to London by Dr Losberne. However, this time when they knocked on the moss-covered door, a very familiar face appeared.

"Oliver!" Mr Brownlow exclaimed, overwhelmed with joy. The excited mouse-like boy was given an enormous hug by Mr Brownlow." Where have you been?"

"It's a long story" said the adventurous boy as they skipped joyfully into the small brown cottage.
Comment 8 Comment by Oliver M on 16 Dec 12 at 3:27pm | Quote this comment
As Oliver waited impatiently by the wrought iron gateway he saw a horse drawn carriage approaching him slowly. The carriage emerged from the mist. At first Oliver didn't know who it was, but as it drew closer and closer Oliver could tell by the crazy man with a top hat on, that it was Mr. Brownlow! The carriage stopped, Mr Brownlow came running out in surprise.
"Mr Brownlow, is that really you?" called Oliver. "Yes" answered Mr. Brownlow, "Where have you been?". Oliver smiled, "It's a long story..."
Comment 9 Comment by Sarah C on 17 Dec 12 at 8:36am | Quote this comment
Oliver impatiently knocked on the great oak door expecting silence and that is what he got so he turned and wondered aimlessly down intil he came to the old cobbled road.He then stopped as he saw a horse-driven carrige which slowed to a holt right in front of him, he looked up and was met by Mr Brownlow's heart-warming face. Oliver's face lit up like a candle he couldn't believe his eye's -it was like a dream for Oliver.

"Where have you been?" Mr Brownlow asked "I've looked every where for you".

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